|09:00||Organizers||Welcome / Intro|
(IFPEN, Paris, France)
|Effective medium modeling of diagenesis impact on the elastic velocities in carbonates|
|09:50||All poster authors||Poster overview presentation (3 slides-3 minutes)|
|10:20–11:10||Posters & Coffee break|
(University of Bergen, Norway)
|Upscaling, analysis and numerical implementation of fully coupled thermo-poroelasticity|
(U Stuttgart, Germany)
|Strong or weak? Numerical aspects of hydro-mechanical modeling of fluid-saturated fractures|
|12:30–13:40||Lunch & Posters|
(University of Zanjan, Iran)
|Deep Learning methods in digital rock physics: segmentation and parameter estimation|
(University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
|Seismic attenuation and dispersion in poroelastic media with fractures of variable aperture distributions|
|15:00–16:10||Posters & Coffee break|
(Bochum University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
|Angle dependent transmission experiments on rocks containing a dominant fracture: Effects of frequency, stress, viscosity, and roughness on elastic properties|
Posters will be displayed close to our meeting room. There will be a poster overview before the first coffee break, where all poster authors are asked to quickly present their poster to stimulate the discussions during the poster session. The poster format should be A0.
Yury Alkhimenkov (U Lausanne, Switzerland): Comparison of numerical and analytical solutions for squirt flow.
Eva Caspari (U Lausanne, Switzerland): Attenuation and velocity anisotropy of stochastic fracture networks.
Peter Bergmann (Rosen, Germany): Research on non-destructive testing at ROSEN and its links to petrophysical research across scales.
Victoria Jimenez (Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Germany): Using periodic pumping tests to evaluate the hydraulic changes induced by stimulation experiments in the research mine “Reiche Zeche”, Freiberg, Germany.
Max Kewel (Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Germany): Hydromechanical behaviour of fractures under hydrostatic and deviatoric stresses.
Rodolfo Williams (Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Germany): Computational Modeling of Hydraulic Fracturing.
Bernard Adero (Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Germany): Hydraulic stimulation of transversely isotropic rock.
Jurg Hunziker (U Lausanne, Switzerland): Bayesian full-waveform tube-wave inversion for effective hydraulic fracture aperture and mechanical fracture compliance.
Michele Starnoni (University of Bergen, Norway): Reduced models for poroelasticity for deformable fractured porous media.
Can Gromoll (Rosen, Germany): The way from research to the praxis of data evaluation of pipeline-inspections.
Laura Schepp (GZB, Germany): Combination of different oscillatory hydraulic methods for improving the understanding of the relation between microstructure and hydraulic properties.
Tobias Orlander (Technical University of Danemark): Including temperature in the effective stress equation.
Santiago Solazzi (U Lausanne, Switzerland): Modelling the effects of saturation hysteresis on the seismic signatures of partially saturated heterogeneous porous media.
Jing Ba (Hohai University, China): Wave-velocity dispersion and characteristic porosity.
Laura Paci (Technical University of Danemark): Thermal conductivity of Cenozoic limestone from Denmark.
Einar Madsen Storebø (Technical University of Danemark): Effects of formation wettability on thermal conductivity-modeling of Lower Cretaceous marly chalk.
Cedric Bailly (IFPEN, Paris, France): Upscaling of elastic properties in continental carbonates, a modeling approach based on a multi-scale geophysical dataset
Mathilde Adelinet (IFPEN, Paris, France): Effective medium modeling of diagenesis impact on the elastic velocities in carbonates.
Sadegh Karimpouli (University of Zanjan, Iran): Estimation of 3D elastic parameters from 2D images.
Claudia Werner (GZB, Germany): Towards optimizing source location accuracy with time reverse imaging.
Simon Hahn (GZB, Germany): A semi-empirical Model describing the Erosion Process of granular Material.
Eric Goldfarb (The University of Austin, USA, will be displayed on behalf of ...): Estimating Properties from Millimetric Sized Rock Cuttings Using Micro Computed Tomography (CT).
Ken Ikeda (The University of Austin, USA, will be displayed on behalf of ...): Numerical and Laboratory Study of Low-frequency Elastic properties of Limestone.
Murat Aydin (GZB, Germany): In situ thermal conductivity measuring for middle deep boreholes.
Martin Balcewicz (GZB, Germany): Discontinuity and matrix characterization of potential hydraulic conductivity in the Devonian limestone from western Germany.
Michal Kruszewski (GZB, Germany): A Novel Approach on Crustal Stresses Prediction and Scientific Basis for Geomechanical Modeling on the Example of The Los Humeros Geothermal Field, Mexico.
Alexandre Kazantsev (Mines-Paristech, France): Ambient seismic noise perturbations above two-phase reservoirs: how to model the field observations?